Directions in Contemporary French Art

Directions in Contemporary French Art

Directions is an overview of the broad array of artwork being produced by French artists. Documentation of works installed in museums, galleries, and public spaces is complemented by interviews with artists, curators, and critics. One of the more significant and dramatic changes in the art world is the re- emergence of France as a leader for contemporary art after three decades of dormancy. Written and directed by Anne Barclay Morgan and Gregory Randal Miller.

29 mins. 1991.

Selected For:
International Festival of Films on Art (Montreal, 1992)
Winner of the Honorable Mention: American Film and Video Festival (1992)

Sponsored in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs through the Florida Arts Council, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, and private donations.